The Chaos Group team is pleased to announce an update to V-Ray 2.0 for Maya, offering new hair and fur capabilities, V-Ray RT GPU enhancements, and tighter Maya integration. The update is free for V-Ray 2.0 for Maya users.
Chaos Group is pleased to announce an update to V-Ray 2.0, delivering outstanding new features and improvements, including enhanced GPU functionality using V-RayRT and new Hair and Fur capabilities. Visit chaosgroup.com, and download today!
Anybody that owns V-Ray knows that the licensing process leaves much to be desired, and is one of the more confusing processes out there with little documentation that’s easy to find. Well look no further, Motion Media has put together a simple to follow, short video showing you everything you need to know to install V-Ray and get up and running smoothly.
Chaos Group has announced the Public Beta for V-Ray for Softimage. V-Ray for Softimage is the newest addition to the Chaos Group portfolio of rendering solutions and is planned to be launched the end of this year.
Have a read and also don’t miss the V-Ray 2.0 for Maya training videos.
Chaos Group gives us another customer spotlight. This time its Method Studios and their work on Halo:Reach “Deliver Hope” .
V-Ray, hailed by many as the most robust and versatile rendering engine on the market, is about to see a significant upgrade for all Maya users. The 2.0 upgrade for V-Ray began its much-anticipated Beta test on March 30th, 2011.
The long anticipated V-Ray 2.0 for Maya is on its way to be officially released on 25th of April.